Three suspects were arrested in the incident but no injuries were reported.
It is likely the weapon that was used in Monday night's attack on Sderot from Gaza was provided by Iran.
One woman was injured in the attack.
The lawsuit will be the first civilian response to incendiary kite terrorism.
Two Arab residents of the Palestinian Authority capital city of Ramallah have been arrested in connection with the shooting.
“Haniyeh returned to Gaza, Hamas gave an order ... and miraculously, this spontaneous protest by a public that could not handle the situation any more dissipated.”
Dozens of acres of farmland went up in flames, as local farmers and firefighters battled the blaze.
"They tell the child to go forward and he does. They trick him... People wear out and get fed up and I am one of these people."
"They are not coming for a peaceful coffee. They are coming to murder as many of us as they possibly can.”
The Palestinian Islamic Jihad terror group claimed at least another three of the dead were members of its ranks as well.
This is not the first time confirmed terrorists have been found among those killed while carrying out terrorist activities during violence at the border.
Netanyahu: “Erdogan is among Hamas’s biggest supporters and there is no doubt that he well understands terrorism and slaughter. I suggest that he not preach morality to us.”
“Something needs to be done about the fire kites. This time they landed in a field but next time it could easily land in a school, and then the tragedy would be greater.”
Terrorists with bolt cutters were working away at the fence, while others were engaged in setting fire to what appeared to be a conveyor through which fuel deliveries to Gaza are made.
It's not clear what motivated Hamas to send its operatives home; however, Tuesday is the first day of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan.
“We call on the young people to clash with the occupation forces at points of conflict and checkpoints,” said the National Committee for the Commemoration of the Nakba.
Hamas dismantled the posts in order to remove obstacles, thus making it easier to intensify violence during the riots for Nakba Day, the IDF says.
“The IDF will not allow harm to the security of Israel's citizens and its defense infrastructure, and will fulfill the duty of protecting Israeli citizens."
“The last date for a safe return to your home countries is midnight on May 13.... Your Zionist army can’t protect you..." the video narrator said.
The IDF says its advanced detection technologies continue to improve, along with the continued construction of the underground barrier.
Tamimi’s father, Bassem Tamimi, was quoted as saying, “The IDF is trying to break the will of the family.”
Hundred of acres of Israeli farmland and forest have been burned down in the past few weeks by the Gazans, forcing some of the farmers to harvest their wheat early to rescue the crop from eco-terrorism attacks.
This is first time a Molotov kite has been used in an attack outside the Gaza arena.
The damage was estimated in the tens of thousands of dollars; the loss of the wheat harvest so close to the harvest has cost the farmers – and the state – dearly.
"A precious, mighty, and beloved woman... We consider her children entrusted to us."